Waiting for new duties along with the ex-Cartier M636.
Engine #5 takes a break after switching a few tank cars around in Cohocton.
This ALCO switcher has not been moved from its' location in years. I guess it is safe to assume this is the parts line at Cohocton. Still it is worth a trip to the ALCO crescent ( Cohocton, Lak... (more)
Bath & Hammondsport #5, being operated by CGNE, is in the process of departing Cohocton with its excursion train. The flagman climbs aboard after flagging Rt 415. In early 1993 the Champagne Railr... (more)
A pair of Livonia, Avon, & Lakeville Alcos are pulling out of the yard in Cohocton, NY on the Bath & Hammondsport. They are making up the train for a run to the NS interchange in Painted Post, NY
SIXX 73 sits in front of the Cohocton shops on a foggy morning. This unit eventually became WNYP 631.
B&H 422 and B&H 4 at the Cohocton shops on a foggy morning.
It's off to work they go, just as the Livonia Avon & Lakeville has since 1965.
Rear, front, and lower middle portions of ex CN and Indiana Boxcar unit sits in a field on the side of the highway.
55 ALCOs still are operating in New York state. Here two get a wash. The Livonia Avon & Lakeville fleet are well taken care of-- cosmetically and mechanically.
It's a typical hazy NY summer morning. 422 is ready to head out for the trip to Gang Mills, as seen from the walkway on the LA&L 423.
RPPX 4223 sits outside the B&H shops, awaiting the TLC
it needs to be put into service on the WNYP.
B&H Alco S1 sits quietly at the RR shops in Cohocton NY with three ex Cartier M630's which will probably go to the WNY&P.
It is almost time for this old ALCO to leave the nest--again.
This vetteran has served the Cartier and the Susquehanna. LAL received eight of the former Cartier units, of which three are going t... (more)